Is Legalization Of Marijuana Imminent In The US? Marijuana has been criminalized in the US for 50 years already. With many states voting for the favor of recreational marijuana use alongside medical marijuana use, legalization looks imminent.
Even after a year and a half of legalization of marijuana consumption, simple cannabis possession charges are still affecting indigenous and Black communities.
With the legalization of marijuana, a lot of restrictions have been lifted off the consumption of marijuana. However, it did not end the black market!
Even with New York opting against the legalization of marijuana, it was reported that over 1.3 million New Yorkers used marijuana in the previous year, which means one thing: black market.
Even with the blanket legalization of marijuana over many states, not nearly enough people are buying it. What gives?
Since the legalization of marijuana, doctors haven’t really been prescribing medical marijuana. What might be the reason behind it?
With the legalization of marijuana in several states, the Senate Banking Committee holds legislation to enable safe banking with marijuana companies.
With the legalization of marijuana in California, there has been a rift between local growers and larger-scale production. Is it possible for both of them to co-exist?
There are lots of people debating the legalization of marijuana. Thus, Tucker Carlson takes on Marijuana advocate on FoxTV news.
The legalization is finalized but what are the limits of carrying or growing marijuana plants at home? Know all the details here with a bit of fun.